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BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 11:45pm GMT
from china. a fifth win in six league games takes leeds third in the championship. they beat derby by 1—0 at elland road. and peaking at the perfect time. johanna konta wins a second career title, just three days before the beginning of the australian open. hello again. diego costa has been dropped, and his chelsea future is in doubt tonight. the striker has been left out of their squad for the match at leicester tomorrow, after a dispute with the club's coaching staff. he is the premier league's top scorer so far this season, with m goals, but is thought to have been the subject of an offer from a chinese club, who could be willing to pay him £30 million a year. our reporter simon stonejoined me earlier to explain more. it seems as though, after a period of relative calm in diego costa's combustible career, that at the start of this week he started to have disagreements with a particular member of the chelsea coaching staff, and that has escalated to appoint where his manager, antonio conser, has decided to leave him basically out of the squad —— conte. can travel to leices
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 3:30pm PST
china but it is very hard to see through all that conspiracy right there. as you know, for the last two weeks, china has been suffering through air population. you wonder what that means? it means exactly that. there's so much smog and pollution in the air, you cannot even see across the street. >> and we have heard about it, but to see it, it just shows how dangerous this is. >> it shows how much it can inconvenience your life when you see this video. because you're kind of on a body camera for a local traffic man or policeman. >> i hope they can see him. >> someone could see him, this little girl. and she's coming up talking to him because she's lost. she got off at the wrong bus stop. once she got off, she couldn't see any of the buildings to use as landmarks to find your way around. so now she has no idea where she is. fortunately, the officer was like, you know where my school is? >> note to self, invest in solar in china. >> on the side of the street, no idea where she is. fortunately, this officer is like, i've got you. so he gets on the radio, he calls a local police car to
aid in the destruction and defeat of isis. as china flexes its muscles and expands its military and economic reach, its activity in the south and east china seas and in cyberspace are now pushing new boundaries and creating real tension. north korea too has dangerously accelerated its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. we all rely on intelligence from around the globe to avoid strategic and tactical surprise. intelligence helps make thee other elements of national power effective, including economic and legal measures against weapons proliferaters, terroriss financiers and other criminals. foreign governments and liaison services are vital partners in preventing attacks and providing crucial intelligence. it's important that we all thank and appreciate the foreign partners who stand with us in helping make sure that we all have the intelligence we need ti keep america safe. if confirmed, i intend to advocate for a strong and rye brant intelligence community and for -- vibrant intelligence community and for cia's centrality in that community. there are at least four long-ter
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
be one place you would be thinking about? >> i think china because of the controversy over the south china over the island, the heating up of that controversy. it would be north korea and capacity to orbit the satellite and detonate weapon over the united states and knock out electric grid which is not good. >> good to see you, sir. >>> richard joins us. >> great to be with you greta. >> what's your thought about general flynn speaking to the russia the day before president obama expelled the diplomats from the united states. >> -- we don't know what the substance wasch he owes an explanation to the american people but it reflects a need to know whether there was conversation before the election. you will recall that president-elect asked that question during his most recent press conference he refuse to answer the question about whether or not they there had been contact been campaign and the russia. i think for that reason the conversation maybe significant. i want to second your point to former director woolsey, it's a point i have made, in the classified briefings that the
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
countries including russia, turkey, the philippines, egypt and china. the obama administration thursday said it is ending it so far -- so-called wet foot, dry foot policy a move that cuban's it will save lives. -- under theicted long-standing policy, cubans interdicted at sea were returned to cuba, but those reaching dry land were allowed to stay and fast-tracked for permanent resident status. cuban officials have long opposed the approach, saying it encouraged cubans to risk a dangerous and often deadly ocean voyage to florida. in canada, indigenous activist neskonlith first nations chief arthur manuel died wednesday at the age of 66. for decades, art manuel fought for indigenous land and human rights, most recently during a visit to the standing rock sioux reservation where water protectors are fighting the dakota access pipeline. in 2010, democracy now! spoke with art manuel as he joined protests at the g20 summit in toronto. >> all around the world, there are like 370 million indigenous people globally, you know? the united nations passed the declaration calleded the human declarati
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
! that's the guy on tv. >> and hopefully you get it on video. >>> now over to china to a popular off-road driving area where many people including professional race and rally drivers will try and tackle this hill. it's noted for being a very difficult arduous climb for any vehicle, though this guy appears to be using a street stock suv. >> oh! >> bad idea. >> he was so close to the top! >> so close. reports say the vehicle reached its limits, stalled out near the top. now you can see the vehicle is slightly to the side, back down a little bit, gets sideways and -- >> oh, no. >> oh! >> oh, no, no, no, no, no! >> oh, whoa! >> oh! >> a truck rolls at least half a dozen times. no reports on the condition of the driver. probably one that shouldn't have been attempted in a vehicle like that. >>> what should you do after you get married? >> honeymoon. >> that's what you do. a lot of ups and downs. >> well, this show is pg. the ride of life. yes, gayle, they are enduring the joy of their life. we have some of the footage from their big day. they did get married on the beach. after the reception,
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
. toond, a strategic approach russia and possible russian aggression, iran, north korea, china. those are our principle here and now problems and put together a strategic approach and get us on the path. the other thing is that if you were secretary of defense, your other jobs to make sure that your successor and your successor's successor had what i had, which is the finest fighting force the world has ever known. i have inherited that from decades behind us and i need to pass that on. that is in people. it is in technology. it is making sure we are competitive and ahead of everyone else. those are the two things i have tried to accomplish over the and you'rears from right, 35 year involvement with the department of defense. charlie: people look at the world today, 2017, and they use this term. there is a new world order. how has the structure changed? people look at it and say there are three huge powers. russia because of the nuclear weapons it has, certainly china because it is growing, and there is the united states. is the world order changing? who plays what role? sec. carter:
didn't make a big deal out of that, that was something that was extraordinary, that was probably china. we had -- we had much hacking going on and one of the things we are going to do, we have some of the greatest computer minds anywhere in the world that we have assembled. you saw a sample of it two weeks ago up here where we had the six top people in the world that were never in the same room together as a group. we are going to put those minds together and we are going to form a defense. and i have to say this also, the democratic national committee was totally open to be hacked. they did a very poor job. they could have had hacking defense, which we had. and i will give reince priebus credit because when reince saw what was happening in the world and with this country, he went out and went to various firms and ordered a very strong hacking defense and they tried to hack the republican national committee and they were unable to breakthrough. we have to do that for our country. it's very important. >> attempts to build a better relationship with president putin? >> they said it total
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
watch is critical of leaders in other parts of the world such as russia and china. but also in turkey where tens of thousands have been arrrrested since an attempted coup last july. the organization says responsibility lies in the hands of governments, but also with every citizen. the public should be making love demands for justice and democracy -- loud demands for justice and democracy. sarah: we are joined by kenneth roth in new york, the executive director of human rights watch. thank you for being with us. you say the rise of populism poses a rebound -- poses a found threat.. what is that? kenneteth populism -- kenneth: populism says i it is the rights of that majority. this is being trampled on by refugees. that can be popular with a pupublic that is facing serious threats whether it is economic dislocation caused by globalization, whether it is the cultural change caused by immigrgration or the threat of terrorism. in t the difficult environment,e see republics susceptible to the populists. that is why human rights of watch -- human rights watch has isissued this warning to sta
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00pm GMT
rumours of a big offerfrom china. good evening. there's been further confirmation of the difficulties within the nhs, as it's emerged nearly half of all hospitals in england declared a major alert in the first week of the year. that means they had no more beds available, all routine surgery was cancelled, and doctors were called in from leave. four out of ten trusts were forced to raise the alarm, as hospitals and accident and emergency departments struggled to cope. nhs england says six of the trusts overall issued the highest alert, meaning patients‘ safety could be at risk. our health editor hugh pym has more. how do you feel now? it's still sore but a lot better than it was. perfect. another day, another a&e patient. here a fractured wrist is dealt with. apologies for the delay. patients waiting and nhs staff doing the best they can under extreme pressure. the story here at northwick park hospital in london is the same across the service. things are a little quieter today, but they know bad weather could bring a surge in patients this weekend. this a&e consultant to
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
. >>> welcome back. and we are back with senator richard blumenthal of connecticut. but first china reacting very strongly to secretary of state nominee rex tillerson who suggested a more aggressive strategy by the u.s. in the contested waters of the south china sea. that's where china has built and now mill triesed artificial islands, huge ones with, our brian todd has been looking into this. brian, what have you been learning about the remarkable comments from the secretary of state nominee? >> we're getting signals the president-elect trump security team is going to get in china's face over those islands. it's raised a key question, will the trump administration maintain the current strategy of essentially buzzing these waters with american war ships and planes to signal their displeasure over the islands or will they try to block china from accessing them. and risk a possible conflict. they've staked a claim to thousands of acres of what were sand bars and reeves. they've used sophisticated equipment like these ships, pumping sand through those thin tubes to create islands. then they bui
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
tomorrow possible. >>> owners of the factory in eastern china are denying that they intentionally used the likeness of the president-elect trum top sell, giant inflatable roosters. >> the owner says that although some thought that it the game a resemblance to the president-elect that was not intentional. the company says it sold about 100 of these inflatable roosters mainly to cut mers in taiwan. and china. >>> okay. >> okay. >> check out this could be trappings, right here, florida hand went above and beyond to avoid paying tools. a trooper driving behind that man watched as a black cover key signed to mechanically cover the plate, came down just as that hand drove through the toll plaza. the screen raised after crossing the toll. so, just times that way. troopers say they have never seen anything like it and they have no idea how many times the man used the invention successfully but now that the driver is facing a felony charge. >> that is like, a five in dime version of the james bond or something. >> yes. >> but now he is facing felony charges. >> you go that the. >> boy, mom
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
, china, north korea, will all continue to use cyber attacks incoming at united states. what we are seeing happen, particularly with the russians, but we have also seen china be able to get intellectual capital by virtue of using cyber capabilities. north korea has gone after industries in this country using cyber, and iran has crippled aramco, computers were crippled by use of a sophisticated virus. what we are seeing with the russians and what we are seeing with other countries, i think is going to continue to escalate in the future. it is something we have to be aware of and defend against. david: how confident can we be -- you a been in the room when intelligence agencies have said, we know this is happen. how confident are we, particularly because the president-elect has said we are not sure? when you get 17 intelligence agencies that unanimously agree that russia was involved that the orders came from the highest levels in moscow, including putin, i think that has a tremendous amount of credibility. presidentsed that the elect recognized that russia was involved in the hacking
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
. the numbers out of china, germany, this week we got ppi and cpi in places that supposedly deflation and you're getting inflation. >> what did you do today? >> i think the s&p goes higher. i've still been an ongoing buyer of spiders. one day financials need. the next day it is materials lead. instead of destroying to guess. >> he mentioned the inflation trades. gold silver held in fairly well so i think you need to stick with those trades. timry and going to agree with each other for ten years. >> exactly. but gold and silver you stick with as a renation inflation trade. regis philbin is here to help us celebrate our anniversary. and he has a burning question. david is going to make a special appearance the give us the pitch. there's one stock he couldn't wait to tils about. much more. the ten-year celebration right after this. inrt yat ilelele gme >>> after they're done the traders will talk about whether or not they're buying or selling that pitch. our special guest is here to pitch his idea. david seaburg comes on down. what are you pitching is this. >> they're all going to agree
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:30pm GMT
. donald trump, for example, in one street could appear to change us policy towards china or nuclear weapons and there is no detail, it is not done any conventional way in terms of a news conference policy document, so that is difficult staff. —— in one feet. but in one week he will be presidents we have to treat this stuff seriously, examine it properly, and then decide whether we developed the coverage are not. to quote donald trump, this issue is number one. send us your thoughts on the coverage of donald trump or any aspect of bbc news. details of how to co nta ct aspect of bbc news. details of how to contact us at the end of the programme. someone your comments this week, that kicked off the annual debate to the extent that winter weather is newsworthy and the deployment of reporters to affected areas. friday morning sun to reporters braving the elements. they snow has died down and it has been a relatively calm morning. that is good news because it means that the high wind that was predicted have not materialised and the high tide here has passed without event. we had three
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2017 4:02pm EST
principles in the fight. rivals like russia or china cannot match our influence around the world unless we give up what we stand for and turn ourselves into just another big country that bullies smaller neighbors. it brings me to my final point. our democracy is threatened whenever we take it for granted. all of us, regardless of party should be throwing ourselves into the task of rebuilding our democratic institutions. when voting rights rates in america are among the lowest democracies, we should be making it easier, not harder to vote. [applause] when trust in our institution is low, we should reduce the corrosive influence of money in our politics and insist on the principles of transparency and ethics in public service. when congress is dysfunctional, we should draw our congressional district to encourage politicians to cater to common sense and not extremes but remember, none of this happens on its own. all of this depends on our participation, on each of us accepting the responsibility of citizenship regardless of which way the pendulum of power happens to be swinging. our constitut
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
discovered in china nine years ago but researchers only recently confirmed it as a new species and now this jungle jedi is being named after "star wars" hero luke skywalker. it's also because of the way the animal moves through the tree tops. so these sky walkers are endangered with only fewer than two of them left now in the wild. >> wow. time to get another check on the highways and byways on a friday night. >> let's get the update with matt who is in the "action news" traffic center. >> and i'd be giving you some big traffic troubles on the ride home this friday. good afternoon once again sharrie and rick. one of the biggies is on the northeast extension coming southbound just south of the lansdale interchange. it's a nasty accident from app couple hours ago involving a truck and a work van. medical chopper had to be called in to the scene. the chopper's now gone and the bit of improvement since the last half hour is now one lane of stuck traffic is able to squeeze by. but it is still a very unpleasant situation, just 2 miles per hour as you travel southbound away from the lehigh va
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 9:00pm GMT
that cost —— costa seems to be at the centre of, which are coming from china, where other players have gone, they might be at the bottom of diego costa's anger at the bottom of diego costa's anger at the moment. birds a different dispute threatening to overshadow the beginning of the africa cup of nations. the ddr congo squad boycotted the training session on friday before their opening match of the tournament. they —— the players explained the boycott is over bonus payments. they are saying this has been happened from —— happening for yea rs been happened from —— happening for years and years, and that they a lwa ys years and years, and that they always prepare well but in the end there is always a problem with bonuses. they are congo play morocco on monday, the tournament starts on saturday, the 31st africa cup of nations is being hosted in gabon. every two years, africa's top 16 national sides battle it up to become the continent's top team. this year, the battle ground is gabon. five years after this small oil—rich central african country last hosted the tournament, f
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
: all right. preparing for a military clash? a new warning coming from china's state media to the trump team. what is behind these three times and how should america respond? we'll be asking senate colonel ralph peters. melissa: and the inauguration is just one week away. new details on the massive security preparation to protect not only the president-elect and his team but also 900,000 in attendance. david: wow. it's going to be wild. and the liberal media seems dumbfounded about how to cover a trump presidency. so much so that they are holding a forum to all sit down and discuss how to go about it together. can we all get along? howard kurtz. host of media buzz weighing in next. >> this is not news. this is propaganda. we are inventing all of these new words, fake news, garbage. business propaganda. russians. masters of this. when you're close to the people you love, does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment? if you have moderate to severe psoriasis, you can embrace the chance of completely clear skin with taltz. taltz is proven to give you a chance at completely clear
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
enough on vladimir putin in public? >> i don't. i think that both the leader of china and russia are going to be people with whom america is going to have to have a relationship and in which they can go forward in every way possible that will be productive, but on the other hand, not allowing them to do things to america like any kind of cyber attack on our election system or going into. china sea where there's no right for china to be. i think these are things that rex tillerson has laid out are groing to be areas where we're going to be very firm for america's position. we're not going to make statements that are going to blow things up in a way that would not be productive going forward. there will be a time to blow up, but let's try to make sure that we're not in a bad position which we have to take that very strong stand. >> and i just to want ask you about the other, the breaking news right now the out of capitol hill, the house moving forward, it's a complicated process here, but moving forward with the repeal of obamacare. you were there in 2010 when obamacare passed. you
challenges confronting our nation. threats from countries like russia, china and north korea and iran as well as nonstate actors from terrorist groups to trance national criminal organizations. in recent years we have seen a growing series of cyberattacks by multiple algtors attacks that targeted citizens, businesses, military and government. but there's no escaping the fact that this committee meets today for the first time in this new congress in the aftermath of an unprecedented attack on our democracy. at the president's direction, director clapper is leading a comprehensivery view of russian interviewance in our recent election with the goal of informing the american people as much as possible about what happened. i am confident that director clapper will conduct this review with the same integrity and professionalis team th professionism. i'm equally confident in the members of our intelligence community. the goal of this review as i understand it is not to question the outcome of the presidential election nor should it be. as both president obama and president-elect trump have
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 3:30pm EST
some action within the industrial metal, perhaps reacting to some good data out of china. we look at lead, iron ore, all doing very well. these hard metals are having a pretty good day. scarlet: those are today's market minutes. joe: what did you miss? the university of michigan consumer confidence data and for more on this i want to bring in our economic reporter. last seven days, surveys are taking off, whether it is consumer confidence surveys or homebuilders surveys. they've all been shooting straight up. people's opinions about the financial situation. >> there are two components to the michigan survey that i want to look at. the first is how people are looking at their financial situation based on income. the other is how are they feeling about their financial situation based on their debts and assets. what we are seeing now is a lot of people are reporting they are in a better financial situation than they were a year ago and has they are able to pay down debt and the stock market is going up. there is a wealth affected phenomenon occurring. people who are saying i'm better
BBC News
Jan 13, 2017 8:00pm GMT
from subject of a £30 million per year offerfrom china. it seems as though, after a period of relative calm in diego costa's combustible career, that the start of this week he started to have disagreements with a particular are smack member of the coaching staff at chelsea, and that has escalated toa at chelsea, and that has escalated to a point where his manager has decided to leave him basically out of the squad, didn't travel to leicester, he's not going to play at leicester. the key point is, what is behind the issues? and some people are suggesting that big offers, big, big offers but koster seems to be at the centre of, but i coming from china were 0scar has gone, carlos douglas has gone, —— carlos tethers. they might be at the bottom of diego costa's anger at the moment. —— tevez. they are going to have to resolve this, january still has three weeks to run. yes, we've seen the situation —— situations at west ham with dmitri pyatt, the manager says he's not going to play a player but is not willing to play for the club. diego costa's a key component ina very
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
bottom numbers out of china. i like to bring up china because nobody else does. china december exports sank 6%. there is no recovery there. they're trying to export to us. we ain't buying. >> yeah. i think they're also vulnerable to the stronger dollar. that is something you will have to watch with that trade relationship. but moving forward, you've got to realize that we're on the precipice of these new highs. the broader markets are, s&p made new highs. i think this is a time where you everybody look at making sure you have got some protection on or building up cash, in case we get a bit of a correction. want to step in there and pick up some stuff that is on sale. liz: we're three points away from 2276. that is the number to watch for the s&p. alan, if you look at oil earlier in the actual trading market was down more than a percent yet the opec chief is still confident, i'm not, i don't know about you guys, confident everyone will remain committed to cutting 1.8 million barrels, that we bring down some of that overflowing inventory but what's the trade there now? >> well, what i'm
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
strategic approach to russia and iran, possibly russian aggression, iran, north korea, china. those are our principal here and thousand problems. to put together a strategic approach and get us on the path. the other thing is that if you are secretary of defense, you, your other job is to make sure that your successor and your successors successor have what i have which is the finest fietding force the world has ever known. i've inherited that from decades behind us. and i need to pass that on. and that's in people, it's in technology. and it's making sure that we're competitive and that we're ahead of everyone else. those are the two things that i have tried to accomplish over the last two years and you're right, a 35 year old involvement of the depprtment of defense. >> people look at this world today in 2017 and they say use this term. there is a new world order. how has this structure changed. i mean people look at and they say there are three main powers, russia because of the nubbing clear weapons that it has. certainly china because it's growing. and there is a united states.
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
ceo of wells fargo. >> have a drink there. >> thanks. >> meanwhile, war of words. china state media warning that comments from trump secretary of state designate could put the u.s. at war with china. we're going to tell the market risks of escalates tensions between the u.s. and china coming up. let's start with the comments from lockheed martin ceo right after she met with president-elect trump today. phil lebeau has the story. very different from the last time she met with the president-elect, phil. >> very different, bill. in fact, let's start this by showing you the change in demeanor on the face of marilyn hughes compared to today which is on the right-hand side of this video you're about to see with her three weeks ago as she walked in to meet donald trump in mar-a-lago. the difference, very clear. she's walking out of mar-a-lago there. she didn't smile. she didn't talk to reporters three weeks ago. the message then was cut the cost of the f-35. they didn't say it then that they would agree to do that. oh, but it's a different tone today after meeting with donald trump. here i
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
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recent tweet on china's perceived on north korea's nuke program, but unfortunately for now not only did beijing authority shrug it off and regard twum. 's tweet as part of, not a responsible style but also did much average -- on chinese internet. so my question is, is this what you call direct pipeline to american people derail or even debate some foreign policy issue? >> the president-elect has spoken at 75 different foreign leaders. i think he understands the role that both china and russia play in the globe right now and he is committed to making sure that we have a relationship with both of them. both in terms of protecting the american jobs. but he understands the geo-political nature and the threat they potentially face. he will have a relationship with president xi, president putin and to the benefit of the american people. >> hello. my name is david abraham. i have no interest in being a reporter. my question is related to chases but i kind of want it take a step back. the ox forward dictionary's word of the year is post-truth.tit t step back. the ox forward dictionary's wor
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
that. i want to ask you about china and the south china sea and building up islands and a lot of oil reserves under that and so much shipping and commerce goes through that. how does the incomcanning administration handle that. >> it will be a difficult issue with china it pertains to international you law. and china built up its military in the violation of international law and last summer in hague, the court ruled against china. it is a matter of united states working with with japan and india to try to limit what the chinese can do and draw attention to the fact that china is acting in variance with the treaty governing the south china sea. it is a crisis and have to be a subject talk between trump and ping. >> heather: unfortunately we are tight on time today. ambassador nicholas burns, thank you you so much. >> thank you. >> heather: an armed motorist saving the life of a police officer. we'll tell you about the incredible story, that's coming up next. your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. indeed. it's good to be in, good hands. an 18-year-old south
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm EST
attack. though he added other countries like china are also hacking us. for the very latest, i want to go to peter barnes. >> that's right, i remember president-elect also slammed the intelligence officials in that briefing today as well as news outlets over reports on the dossier of unsubstantiated allegations against mr. trump that reportedly the russians had on him scheduled to speak to house members this morning where james klapper, the directors and nsa directors rogers, the democrat of georgia led the parade of unhappy house members afterwards. >> i know more from yours. it confirmed my suspicions of the problems and we seriously have problems with some heat, a lot of unanswered questions. a lot of need for follow-up. >> and talking about james comey's future at the fbi, trish, with karl there. he said that briefing shook his confidence in director comey to lead the fbi in troubled times, other members out of the briefing with continued investigations into the hacking and stronger u.s. cybersecurity, of course. trish: thank you very. karl rove still here with me. an intelligen
are served in ippedia and china. as the son in law of a marine whork received the navy cross for okinawa service. as a 31-year veteran myself of the army reserves and army national guard. when four sons who have served in the military, army field artillery in iraq, navy doctor in iraq and italy, as a signal officer in egypt, as an engineer in afghanistan, with the air force nephew serving in iraq. in his testimony before the senate yesterday, reaffirming the european reassurance initiative, general mattis spoke bluntly about the readiness crisis facing our military and we are eager to work with him on the critical task of rebuilding our national defense to promote peace through strength. simultaneously, bipartisan endorsements to me personally from his fellow marines confirm he's the right person at the right time. general mattis' swift confirmation is crucial to couldn't nuent for our ongoing military -- continuity for our ongoing military operations and protecting american families. i urge my colleagues to support the waiver for general mattis. i yield back. the speaker pro tem
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm EST
what action is taken against china and if there is a major trade war between the united states and china, then you are looking at mexico actually being in the shadow, getting the benefit of that war going on between the two giants and i think mexico will indirectly benefit from it, because he can't be as tough. the second half of the year, you go in, buy etf or biomechanics can fixed income. but i would say expose -- stay exposed in mexican pesos once you go and do not hedge. you're looking at a very undervalued currency by then. >> very specific advice, sri. thank you so much. >> thank you for having me, michelle. good to talk to you. >>> let's talk more about mexico in trade and mexican related stocks. still with us, guy adami and with us now, managing partner of fast money trader. half the desk here. >> great. great to be here. >> thanks for being here tim. >> we flipped. >> in terms of mexico you like the long term? >> currency is well past fundamentals. i look at the peso and where we were in the crisis, if you think about the precrisis pesos, at a peak. at its strongest point
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am PST
from russia and china. fellow with the federal policy initiative and a writer, and has reported from all over the world. i'm curious, we played a little bit of sound, smattering of sound, what stands out the most to you from what we have heard this week? >> mostly the contradictions from all three nominees on what america's relationship should be with moscow. when you compare to what donald trump has been saying. donald trump wants to be friends with the russians. he thinks they are potential allies in the war on islamic terrorism and all sorts of other issues. but here you have these three nominees for a very senior position saying they think russia is an adversary, international lawbreaker, and not a friend of the united states. i thought that was pretty remarkable. >> jenna: donald trump also think it is remarkable and tweeted this morning. he said this on his twitter account. "all of my cabinet nominee are looking good and doing a great job. i want them to be themselves and express their own thoughts, not mine!" does the diversity of opinion from what we have seen publicly streng
these incredible airports, and you come china and cease incredible airports and we have become a third world country. i've had a lot of infrastructure about newark, busy airport and the challenges of delays. the technology would create efficiencies and improve air quality. can we specifically expect rapidly a -- technology to up grades that already on the way but needs a champion as a secretary to get this over the line so we can modernize our airport and catch up wives those global leaders that have surpassed us like the president-elect mentioned. >> absolutely. we need to have greater emphasis on improving the rate of modernization. questions that have taken place before you arrived about the air traffic control system, and the rate of change and improvement is certainly not what we would all like and needs to be improved. >> thank you very mitch. as a big fan of south dakota i'd like to apologize to chairman. >> thank you. only the united states senate would the senator from new jersey be considered a young single guy. but -- [laughter] >> senator heller. >> mr. chairman, than
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
some competition in china. samsung no way. and furthermore, this base of installed users endorses the product. it tells others to join the group. i like this stock a lot for the next year. >> you sold it though, sarat. >> i've been using it as social. i agree with everything jim is saying. it's a great company but i just don't -- >> why are you using it as source of funds? >> i think there's a better opportunity elsewhere. >> why am i prompting you to fight the guy? >> i don't know what the issue is. >> i try. >> i just -- i think it's a great company but i think there's better opportunities in the market. i like the banks. i like the facebooks of the world. there are other opportunities that i think in a year or two years from now i will be better off. >> all right. as commodities come off the first positive year since 2012 the global head of commodities at s&p is making a pretty bold call. they'll tell us what it is next. >>> welcome back to the "halftime report." i'm jackie deangelis. gold is trading higher today. what is weighing on gold right now, just the dollar or other element
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 9:00am PST
china to public housing. does he agree with this em? sick, huh? i'm good. i just took new mucinex clear and cool. what's this sudden cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. new mucinex clear & cool. feel the menthol burst. while powerful medicine clears your worst cold symptoms. let's end this. after becoming one of the largest broadband companies in the country. after expanding our fiber network coast to coast. these are the places we call home. we are centurylink. we believe in the power of the digital world. the power to connect. and that's what drives us everyday. that ride share? you actually rode here on the cloud. did not feel like a cloud... that driverless car? i have seen it all. intel's driving...the future! traffic lights, street lamps. business runs on the cloud... and the cloud runs on intel. ♪ i wonder what the other 2% runs on...(car horn) ♪ share the joy of real cream... ...with reddi-wip. >> welcome back. in the spirit of understatement that is sweeping washington, i will say fbi director james comey is having an inter
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
peaceful process for conflicting territorial claims in the south china sea. mexico has nominated the current head of the north american development bank to be the country's new ambassador in the u.s.. will becomediplomat undersecretary for north america. he will be facing president electrons promise to build a border wall and deport thousands of undocumented immigrants. global news 20 for hours a day powered by more than 1200 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, this is goin bloomberg. vonnie: fiat chrysler is under investigation by the u.s. department of justice for a failure to disclose violations of standard could this is. this is yet another company under scrutiny for its sales practices. joining us now from detroit is david wells. veryeadlines are coming fast for many of the carmakers and reynold as well today. david: when it comes to fiat chrysler, the obama administration, its epa is taking a shot at the carmakers, shor sort of a parting shot . they are affirming that the fuel economy rules will stay tough and they are going at fiat chrysler with this investiga
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 8:00am PST
a cabinet. i think it's healthy that people disagree with him on issues like china, on russia, on torture, on trade. >> on the issues he ran on. >> but once the president makes a decision, you want people who will be implementing them. he obviously trusts these people to implement his policies otherwise he wouldn't have nominated them. >> i want to show you the gallup poll on the trump transition right now. 44% approve, 51% disapprove. alex, first to you, what does donald trump have to do to turn this around? >> turn around his approval numbers? >> yes. a low number for a guy coming into office. >> it is a low number but it's a very divided country. he needs to do what he said he was going to do on election night, reach out and try and be a president for all americans. >> matt? >> he has to start acting like a president and not a spoiled brat. he's still complaining about his poll numbers and hillary. he has to be dignified. >>> accusations of strong arm tactics after a republican lawmaker calls in the head of the ethics watchdog who has blasted donald trump's plan to separate him
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am EST
seen kind of headline risk go away. it doesn't matter what comes out about china or anything else. the market hasn't reacted. does that shift? >> i think it's going to be -- it does to a certain extent because the improvement in the market has mostly been driven by an improving and expected earnings. it began before the election. so as we go through the earnings season, which is going to be relatively decent i think, you're going to now get the question well, what next and what drives the market from here. you're starting with a multiple that's maybe 20% higher than it has been historically so stocks aren't cheap. and the markets now becoming more reliant on show me. so there's been a lot of promise up until now. now the economy and the market has a harder job of delivering on that. so that's it something that is different as we move into 2017. the good news is that the data seems to be moving in the right direction on the economy. >> michael, where earnings are concerned, there's a sense that the commentary is as important if not more important than the numbers we're seeing becau
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am EST
white house china. >> this time we were just asked to keep it more sort of george washington-esque. >> if you're looking for a george washington look. >> a little more classic. pick something like this. >> what are they cooking up for that theme? shannon shaffer. >> there's a lot of focus on local and sustainable products these days. >> meanwhile, they have other parties being designed here. other foods being tested and tasted. divine cuisine does about 3500 events a year. >> this was a piece in the "washington post." >> bill homan has gotten a lot of press since he arrived in washington and opened a small restaurant and with partners a catering business that has grown tremendously over the years. special. but especially this one that happens only every four years. >> it's special, it's very special. very lucky to live here in washington and be able to get to do this. >> that is an undertaking. a lot of prep cooking is already under way. bill homan will lead over 100 chefs and cooks and servers to the capitol at 5:30 a.m. next friday morning. >>> just one week the obama family will
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 11:00am EST
"eruopean close" on "bloomberg markets." mark: we cover stories out of china, japan, and russia. thanks talk syriza and today. jp, bank of america reporting gains. we break down the key numbers. vonnie: pound-sterling traders brace for theresa may's speech next week. mohamed el-erian gives bloomberg k's news on the trump trade. without encouraging signals from the new administration, strauch's -- stocks will struggle to go higher. mark: looking at european equities and trading. what another week it has been. already two weeks into 2017. greek stocks low. touch and go whether the stoxx 600 will finish the week higher. if it does, it is the third consecutive weeks of gains. these other currencies rising against the dollar. since 2014.ning run technicolor, bigness the kleiner on the stoxx 600 today. take fall for the paris-based mediatech allergy company. its stock market outlook ahead of results on lost 1/523 to shares of their value. a massive decline, sending shares to the lowest level since 2014. this is a company that offices services like content management, animation, and ga
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
delincuente en china. "aqui estamos y no nos vamos". ese es el lema que aompaqara a una caravana de inmigrantes desde "nueva york" a "washington d.c.". los manifestantes viajaran hasta la capital del pais a bordo de nueve autobuses, para protagonizar maqana sabado una marcha a favor de sus derechos. segun los organizadores, la accion publica tendra lugar antes de la toma de posesion de "donald trump" por razones de seguridad. se dice que una mezcla de dos razas de perros muy populares, podria convertirse en la proxima mascota que vivira en la casa blanca junto a la familia trump. esto aun esta ppor definirse pero los pronosticos de los que saben apuestan que u "golden doodle" ocupara uno de los sillones blancos de la mansion presidencial. xiomara gonzalez-govea nos cuenta mas. ahora vamos con javier olivares de si estoy segura que muchos en sse estÁn preguntando quÉ piensa abrir posiblemente en la casa blanca, yo con que no lo crean conversÉ con la raza. crees que los de tu raza serÍan felices? con esos muebles blancos. si donald trump decide no aceptarlo se convertirÍa en el p
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 10:00am EST
is a strategic competitor with the u.s., and will find little common ground. china's exports were lukewarm. overseas shipments fell 6%. global demand hurt sales. china is bracing for trade friction with the u.s. under a trump administration. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. mark: thank you. may's old,theresa new trade agreement. that is next this is bloomberg. ♪ . this is bloomberg. ♪ mark: i am mark barton. vonnie: i am vonnie quinn. this is "bloomberg markets." business the biggest stories. pandora posted fourth-quarter results that beat estimates thinks to strong ad sales and paid subscribers. the world's largest online radio service cutting 7% of its 2200 employees. another automaker be investigated over vehicle emissions. it is rueaunald. say they have not been told of any investigation. they are not using software to cheat on a missions. the britishash of pound. for two minutes on october 6 sterling fell 6% in 31 years to -- to the lowest level and 31 years. factors ranging from t
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
generally, how he handled europe, how he handled china, that he also left theo europeans to do with ukraine,e, for example -- i thik that was wise and clever and good, and in a certain way, he predictable,and and that is enormously important for the security of the world that important players are predictable and reliable. that is a change, a change i do not want to believe in. peter: how is it going to change cap the big question we're debating here and now is what happens next? what is president trump going to do? melissa: that is the question. we don't know. peter: the most powerful man on earth is about to be inaugurated into office and a couple of days and we do not know what he will do next. zerosa: he has foreign-policy track record. there were comparisons to reagan beforehand. reagan spent eight years as a governor of a state that is larger than more than half of the european union member states. he had a certain track record. trump comes in with absolutely no track record for foreign-policy, and he is a businessman. therefore, i cannot say what he is going to do. as an amer
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Jan 13, 2017 7:00am PST
united states. >> you have china, pakistan, russia, you have so many countries right now that have them. now, wouldn't you rather in a certain sense have japan have nuclear weapons when north korea has nuclear weapons? >> we just simply cannot back away from our commitment to see a reduction in the number of weapons on the planet. >> another one came in today. the wikileaks was like a treasure trove. >> i've never believed that wikileaks was a credible source of was in. >> he doesn't seem to be word about it, right? >> i think that's right. we knew going, in the main challenge was going to be figuring out how to essentially say i'm going to be a loyal member of donald trump's administration while at the same time not offering up something that was going to be completely politically unpalatable that o e senators that are going to have to confirm them. i do think throughout the course of this for the most part the performances have gotten very good reviews. jeff sessions has a lot of oppositions from democrats, a lot of activists protesting his hearing but at the end of the day it seems h
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:00am PST
chinese new year parade will pay tribute to its past. the first miss china town usa will ride in one of the floats. she won tight until 1958 in san francisco and next month she will kick off the new year parade by lighting the string of 30,000 fireworks. once again we are produced to show the parade live. saturday night february 11th. the story of that first ever china town -- is a good one. >> she was incredible. great story. >>> two members the band tower of power rushed to a hospital in oakland after being hit by a train. it happened just minutes before they were to preform. >> and new information about an incident at the airport that made two flight attendants sick. lift up your head and keep moving or let the paranoia haunt you? everybody lack confidence, everybody lack confidence i keep my fee-fi-fo-fum i keep my heart undone the strong in me, i still smile. >>> good morning, two members of the legendary rb band tower of power are hospitaled with serious injuries after being struck by a train minutes before a show in oakland last night. what led up to the accident and what we know
, terrorist groups and with what china is doing in the south china sea. you don't let anything keep you sidelined. that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what you love. ensure. always be you. seconds can mean the difference between life and death. for partners in health, time is life. we have 18,000 people around the world. the microsoft cloud helps our entire staff stay connected and work together in real time to help those that need it. the ability to collaborate changes how we work. what we do together changes how we live. >> martha: the department of justice getting ready to announce the results of a year-long investigation into the chicago police department. the inquiry coming after a video showed a white police officer shooting and killing 17-year-old laquan mcdonald in chicago. the video's release led to dozens of protests and ultimately to the removal of the city's police superintendent. mike tobin live from chicago with more on this. mike, what do we expect from this report to
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